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Hello from the Christchurch International Airport tarmac. We survived driving on the left side of the road. The first day of driving was pretty rough---both of us tended to hug the left (which here was the no shoulder side of the road, in the states it would be the center line obviously). However, we quickly adjusted and thankfully had no incidents. John and I have been up since 3:45 ...
Our experiences in Eleuthera and Turtle Cove were unique, challenging at times but unquestionably extraordinary and fulfilling. What made this trip a success and milestone among our travels? -the isolated villa on Turtle Cove with its unique, off-the-grid experience, - the abundance of sea life easily observable from the dock and - the serenity and quality time together without ...
... stay with him for the night in Los Angeles. We are hooking up with three of Sunnie's cousins while there... (since most of you all were at the wedding, you know that she has exactly 489 cousins). Then, off to Auckland, New Zealand the next night.
We leave LA at 10:30pm on June 21 and land in Auckland at 6:30am on June 23. We will skip right over June 22. We never liked that day, anyway.
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... Caucasian housewife occurred senselessly! My prayer is that Mrs. Liuzzo, rest in peace within the Lord's bosom because she certainly did not deserve to die in that manner!
Our team certainly took in a lot of food for thought today, which has forever changed our hearts as to how we now view our civil rights. We topped our evening off with an excellent dinner at Jim 'N Nick's BBQ in Montgomery, Alabama.
... I have the duelling banjos ringing in my ears but luckily there's no sign of murderous hillbillies and all I see are the beautiful forest covered mountains and we make the most of the final 10 minutes of the park's opening time to see the waterfall and explore a tunnel cut into the mountain. Stumphouse tunnel was begun in 1852 to connect Charleston to Knoxville but after digging 1,617 feet through the mountain they ran out of funds. It was abandoned until 1951 ...
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